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  1. Live updates: 15 dead in elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas

    Live updates: 15 dead in elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas

    "He shot and killed — horrifically, incomprehensibly — 14 students and killed a teacher," Gov. Greg Abbott said. He said the suspect is also dead.

  2. Manchin won't budge on filibuster after Texas elementary school shooting

    Manchin won't budge on filibuster after Texas elementary school shooting

    "The filibuster is the only thing that prevents us from total insanity," he said. Congress hasn't passed a bill to address gun violence in years.

  3. Abbott to address NRA conference 72 hours after elementary school shooting

    Abbott to address NRA conference 72 hours after elementary school shooting

    The National Rifle Association is hosting a number of Republicans on Friday at its annual conference in Houston, Texas.

  4. Soros urges Europe to levy heavy taxes on Russian gas to punish Putin

    Soros urges Europe to levy heavy taxes on Russian gas to punish Putin

    Billionaire George Soros said Europe may have more bargaining power than it thinks it has to deal with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

  5. The Great Resignation's giant pay gap between job switchers, loyal workers

    The Great Resignation's giant pay gap between job switchers, loyal workers

    People are getting big salary bumps for switching jobs in the Great Resignation. Which means if you've stayed put, you're paying a price for your loyalty.

  6. Marjorie Taylor Greene wins GOP nomination for a 2nd term: results

    Marjorie Taylor Greene wins GOP nomination for a 2nd term: results

    In another Georgia district, Democratic Rep. Lucy McBath defeated fellow Democratic Rep. Carolyn Bourdeaux in a member-on-member primary.

  7. All 27 victims' names, photos of the Sandy Hook shooting 9 years later

    All 27 victims' names, photos of the Sandy Hook shooting 9 years later

    On December 14, 2012, a 20-year-old man walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, and shot 26 people, including 20 children.

  8. CEOs of banks serving Black clients weigh progress after Floyd murder

    CEOs of banks serving Black clients weigh progress after Floyd murder

    CEOs at five banks serving primarily Black clients share how Wall Street's commitments are shaping up two years after George Floyd's murder.

  9. Microsoft's toxic culture persists despite pledge by CEO Satya Nadella

    Microsoft's toxic culture persists despite pledge by CEO Satya Nadella

    CEO Satya Nadella promised to end Microsoft's tolerance for "talented jerks." But current and former employees say executive misconduct remains rampant.

  10. Stock-market crash: S&P to lose another 17%, like in 2008: Rosenberg

    Stock-market crash: S&P to lose another 17%, like in 2008: Rosenberg

    "The past two years represented a fake bull market built on sand, not concrete," the founder of Rosenberg Research said in an op-ed on Monday.